The police released the detainee in Moscow a press-the Secretary "the Apple"
Press Secretary of the party "Yabloko" Igor Yakovlev released from the police station Krasnoselskaya with the obligation to report to the police to make a report under article about violation of the established procedure of the public event.
Earlier, Yakovlev said that he was detained near the building of FSB in Moscow during single picket in support of the adviser of the head of Roscosmos Ivan Safronov.
"The press Secretary of the "Yabloko" Igor Yakovlev released from the police station Krasnoselskaya with the obligation to report to the police on 23 July to make a report under part 5 of article 20.2 of the administrative code (violation of the established procedure of the public event). The sanction of this article — the penalty from 10 to 20 thousand, or compulsory work up to 40 hours", - stated in the Telegram of the party.
On Tuesday, the Lefortovo court of Moscow arrested Safronova until September 6 on charges of treason. According to the FSB, the adviser to the head of the Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin Safronov is suspected of passing secret information about Russian military-technical cooperation and the defense industry one of the special services of NATO. This protection Safronov said that he is suspected of working for the Czech intelligence services since 2012. The case concerns the transfer of military-technical information on the supply of arms to Africa, the ultimate recipients of classified information was the United States. According to the defense, Safronov believes that the case involves one of his articles in the newspaper "Kommersant".
According to Roscosmos, the detention of the person is not related to his work in the Corporation. Prior to that, Safronov worked in Newspapers "Vedomosti" and "Kommersant", engaged in military and space themes. Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov noted that as a journalist detention is also not connected.
In the publishing house "Kommersant" accusations of treason in the address Safronov considered absurd, noting that he was a true patriot, who wrote about the army and space. "Vedomosti" also made a requirement that all the circumstances of the detained former journalist Safronov were considered impartially and with strict adherence to the law.